The Politics of Ecstasy is the second full-length studio album by Thrash/Power Metal band Nevermore. It was released in 1996. The album is named after Timothy Leary's book of the same name. The first chapter of that book is entitled "The Seven Tongues of God", which is the title of the first song on the album. There is a spoken word sample in the track "Next In Line" from the Adrian Lyne movie, Jacob's Ladder. All lyrics written by Warrel Dane; all music composed by Jeff Loomis.
Technical Ecstasy is the seventh studio album by English rock band Black Sabbath, produced by guitarist Tony Iommi and released in September 1976. The album was certified Gold on 19 June 1997 and peaked at number 51 on the Billboard 200 Album chart
Ecstasy World (Sihanatsuka Remix).
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Black Sabbath - Technical Ecstasy (1976).
If this sounds like testimony from someone who has done a slow-acting but effective hallucinogen, then I’ve managed to deliver the correct impression. Hot Chip recruited the psychedelic whiz Philippe Zdar, of Cassius, and his Dionysian energy overflows as he monkeys around with the mix of songs like Positive, playing restlessly, helping the track light up like the dance floor at Angels in the early 1990s. The reporter seemed more than a little bit taken with the idea that the ecstasy in the album’s title was an explicit reference to the party drug. Taylor responded that the feeling of ecstasy was just a nice thing to be talking about these days. Whether drug-induced or not, it didn’t matter to him (and it shouldn’t, really, to anybody). More to the point, the songs on A Bath Full of Ecstasy were written for people to bathe in, or be lost in an active way, he explained.